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A Fine Musicale. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

A Fine Musicale. A musicalc hy some of the pupils of Miss Oclia Bingham was given at the residence of Mr. (>. H. Duirell, &S1 Main stfct, last Saturday aftcrnoou, the follow.ug programme being presented. Allegretto, Mi-s Eva Marion; March Facile, Master Edmund H. .Sears; Serenade, Miss Maud Nonis; l'um|"'iictie, Mi-s Ka'c Bnaftj Unter LJebchcns Fenster, MiH Floience M. Sawyer; The Last Smile, Miss Mind IhiiTcll; Muise de Kosnini, Miss Alice M- Smith- The pupils performed their parts very *>u_-rvi*ful.y, and reilected great credit on their teacher, who has a happy faculty of inspiring ber scholars with a love for and an enthusiasm in their work.

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Washington Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Washington Letter. Washington, Feb. 7th. 1887. Al lo wb.t Congress is doing snd talking .bout in these last weeks of its lile might be mentioned hundreds of things if space permitted. The latest legislation of importance includet nearly a hundred pemioo bills, the measure prohibiting Congressmen from acting aa attorneys for railroads, and tome of the regular approptiation bills, which always provoke debate. There were some interesting daring the week on the subject of reducing the "surplus millions" by building ships and coast defences, on the impropriety of Congressional funerals at public expense, and there. was « political discussion sprung in which Democratic Senators indulged in . criticism of the administration. Mr. Kelley of Perm , who ia the oldett member of the Hou.e of Representatives, spoke in favor of the bill authorizing tbe appointment and prescribing Ibe compcnsalion of cleika to Senators *nd Representatives who are not chairmen of committees is well is those who ire....

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Jolly Gathering. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Jolly Gathering. The rTansa-Blliall Jolly Club held its ninth in- | null dinner, Wednesday evening, at the Revere j House, Baaftaa. Mr. A. E. Deuison was elected I president lo ,uccevd Mr. John Hopewell, Jr., tad ■ Dr. E X. Spencer wa. chosen treasurer. Tbe I club piesected Mr. Hopewell with an elegant gold j badge. Among the guests of the club at dinner were Senator Algei, Perez G. Porter, President of ] the Cambridge Club, Hon. Henry 11. Giluiore and ! Hon. James A. Fux.

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Cambridge Temperance Reform Association [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Cambridge Temperance Reform Association A large and spirited meeting was held in Temple Hall on Sunday evening; President Hicks presided. Song service was led by Messrs. Stewart and Mason. Mr. llibbard read a part of the 24tb psalm and engaged in prayer. Opening remarks were made by the prcsideut and J. M. PitriquinMr. Cook of Chelsea was theu introduced. Mr. I Cook was io a happy frame of mind and gave some : amusiug episodes in the life of a diioking man. ' He has been a strictly temperate man for eleven years. Mr. S. B- Shankliu of Chat lestowo was the next speaker- He had been * temperance man lor nine years. He told his hearers wilh whal pertinacity he fought the demon rum and bow by , almost superhuman etfurt be conquered in the end. S. X. M'Creidy made the closing remarks. ' sneaking briefly an-l eloquently, aud in his usual ' pointed manner. Five siguatures were obtained l to the pledge.

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An Interesting Discourse. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

An Interesting Discourse. Sueing the notice iv your piper ofla»t week that j the Hey. Mr. Shippen of Washington was to preach at the Austin Street Unitarian Church, and i having kuown Mr. Sbippeo in Chicago aud Worces'er, 1 ventured what i seldom do, my- , self from my customary church, and was well re- j p-uiiby hearing a very inteicsliog and powerful ! discourse from the Washington clergyman. The \ subject was "The elements of irae success in Itfe," i aud it was treated in a very able and characteristic way and abounded io illustration* from real life. ' "Not always the millionaire or the prominent pub- 1 lie man should be rated as successful, but he who J develops true mauboo J, no matter how humble bit { condition." Among the instances to illustrate his <übjeet he "poke of Mr. Baldwin of the Young Men's Christian l/iiion of Boston, calling upun a rich banker on Si ate stieet for a subscription for the institution, who, after a monicul's hesitation said "Vi'-," and gav...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

— Punklt-e's new (iohleu Eagle Furnace lias the model v impioveincuts attached, and i- 'he best heating furnace to be found for residences, churches, etc

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Married. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Married. CROWLKT—COOK—In ibis city, loth Inst., l.y Rev. John J. Grltliu, Mr. John Crowley of Boston to .Miss Mary Cook of this city. IIEANEY-KILCoYNE—In this city, Bth lust, by Rev. John J. (Iriffln, Mr. Patrick licaney of Ibis city to Miss Annie A. Kllcuyne of Boston. HATCH—WHITE—In this city, nth lust, by Rev. Walter S. Alexander, Mr. Benjamin F. Hatch to Mill Jennie N. White, both of this city. HOPE—BLACK-In Boston, 26th ult., by Rev. W. R. (lardin.r, Mr. John N. Hop. lo Miss Mary J. Illaik, both of this city. McCAKVII.L—SWEENEY—In thla city, 9th Inst., by Rev. James E. O'Brien, Mr. Peter J. McCarvtll to Miss Mary Sweeney, both of this city.

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Died. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Died. BARRtNGTON—In this city, loth lust., Fanny A., wife of Charles 11. Harrington, 27 years, 7 months, 15 days. CALLAHAN—Bth inst., .loliu Callahan, 45 years. FRYE — 7th inst.. James E. Frye, 5U years, 9 month*, II days. GRIFFIN—7th Inst., dames E., son of James and Agnes Grltlin, 19 years. UUIFFIN—Cih inst., Thomas F. Grlfiin, 23 years. KEATING—Sth inst., John Keating, 70 years. McBHINE—6th inst., Mary, widow of Bernard McBrlne, 85 years. MORKISSEY-Gih inst., Andrew Morrissey, 42 yrs. MONAHAN—7th lliat., Ann Monahln, 48 y..rs. M YLES—lOth Inst., Bessie, daughter of Hubert and Mary Mylea, 'J yearß, 3 months. O'SULLIVAN-ad Inst., Mary, widow of Sylveiter O'Snlliviu, fc.i years. PATTKN—Oth inst., Mary J., daughter or John and Catherine Patten, 20 years, 2 months, 10 dayl. THORKELSON—Sth lust., Edward, son of Olof and Mary Thorkelson, 8 month*.

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Royal Arcanum Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Royal Arcanum Anniversary. Tbe members md friends of Frinklio Council, No. 50, B. A., will bear it in mind lliat Ibe Limb anniversary of the Council will occur on Thursdiy evening next. The occssion promises to lie ore of nrc interest The cuterliinment, which is given without money or without price, will com prise i musical programme, und.r ihe direclioo of the Cambridge Orchestri. Bio. Thomas leade--, and humorous readings, etc. Past Grand Regent Goodwin, one of the most able and eloquent member* of tbe fratcrniiy, will give a brief address- Those wishing supper tickets, (at 50 centa each), are expected to procure them ou or before Tuesday next. Supper tickets csn be procured of tbe committee and at F. C. Witherell's, No. 562 Main street.

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Give Us Back the Hoss Cars. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Give Us Back the Hoss Cars. The scenes in md around Central square the past two days have been intensely amusing and funny. The hitch-up on ihe Cambridge Riilroad bas sent into our midst every conceivable kind of vehicle, from Ihe quaint old style of a hundred years igo, down to the modern berdic. Hay wigons with tillered aud filthy coverings, dilipi- ! dated barges witb toro and loul curtains, junk carls, alive with creeping vermin, and express wagon, with hard wooden scats, crowd and joslle and huddle iv the square in mixed and aud wild confusion. The rough drivers of these teams shriek out volleys ol the roost energetic reproi batiou if a liei die driver wains a passenger to look 1 out lot ihe noisome insects that live iv the | blankets of "old hay seed." And so the fun goes I' on, and miilh stalks abroad and Ihe goblin botses from Ihe lutal towns slowly drag the happy Huong, into the Hub. One of our old citizens remarked with an oath vestcrday, "Give us back I the boss cats " Th...

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John A. Login, Past 186. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

John A. Login, Past 186. At the regular meeting of this Post in Odd Fellows Hall, 348 Main street, Thursday evening, * .-ude of bylaws was adopted. Three recruits were mustered in, and applications for membership were referred to committees- The following cor lespomleuce was read by Ihe Commander: Camhkidgkpokt, Mass, Jan. 29, 1887. Mrs. John A. Logan, Washington, D. C. Dear Madam,—On Ibe 18tb inst., John A. Login •Post No. 186, was organized in Ibis city with filtv-nvc charter member., md unanimously adopt, d the name ol your late lamented hut band lo inscribe on its banner, being, so fir as I can learn, the earliest Post to like such iction. As the official representative ol these comrades permit me to lei.der you iluir most sincere condolence and assuie you how deeply they realize that while you have lost * lender md devoted hushiod and the country a grand hero and statesman they have lost a warm, personal friend and atomrade. Whatever we can do to keep his memory !_ i ecu will b...

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Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Sunday Services. First Baptist Chubch, Central Square, Rev James McWhiiinle,l>.l>., pastor.—Preaching at 10.30 A.M. Sunday School, withelas.es for allagea, at 1.30 P M. Preaching at 7.30 P. M. Young jieople's •aVeting Monday ri 7.-15 P. M. Prayer meeting Wedueaday at 7.45 P. ML Missiox or the AscKNsiox, corner of Third and Thorndike streets. East Cambridge.—Morulng service, 11. Evening tervice at 7.30. —Jj-'-HTII-AVESIK U-IVKBSALIBT Church—Rev. .-7 W. Kiddle, pastor. Services, 10.30 A. M. and 7P. U. Sunday Sbhool, 12.15 P. M. Harvard St. M. E. Chur.-h, Rev. W. H. Thomat, pastor.—Preaching at IU.3U A. M,Sundav school at 2.3 i) P. M. Prayer meeting at 7.*>o P. M". Weekly prayer meeting Friday, at 7.45 P. M. Fikst Parish Church, corner of North avenue and Church street—Rev. Edward H. Hall, pastor. Services, 10-10 A. M. Sabbath School. 12 M. St. James's Church. Beech Street, North Cambridge. Rev. Edward Abbott, Rector.—Services at 10.W A. M. aiHIT-.'-o P...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Horace S. Bartlett, Real Estate Agent, —FOR- , Cambridge Property Only. Office, Harvard Square. * Houses For Sale. Houses To Let. Mortgages negotiated. Insurance Placed. KTTELKPHONE 7318.._gg Co get—Jfor Safe For Sale at a Bargain. MA valuable House, with 3000 feet of laud, three minutes' walk from Harvard College, in a quiet neighborhood. All modern improvements, and in thorough condition. First class furnace, costly chandeliers, and is well adapted for a respectable private family; was built by one of the best builders in Cambridge. Si Duo rau remain on mortgage at 5 per cent. Apply to JOHN LENNOX, 145 Pearl St., Cambridgeport. jan29-tf ?to let. M House of 9 rooms, with bath room md wash room, No. 10 Lawrence street; good yard; cemented cellar; all in perfect repair; tout »'_S per mouth. Apply to J. H. Webber, 583 Main ■treat. Jam— lf FOR SALE. \ t NEW two story House of 10 roon.s, on Grigg _ V street, arranged for two families and basement •tore. 2,800 feet of land. Price, $2800....

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Stbools — Jgusixal. MT. ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, CAMBRIDGE, - -. - MASS. FOR BOABDEBS A_fD DAY PUPILS, REOPENED MONDAY, September 6th. For prospectus and further Information address, MOTHER SUPERIOR, Mt. St. Josbpb's Academy ANNA M. McAVOY, TEACHER OF THE PIAIVOFORTE 71 Concord Avenue, Cambridge. MISS ELLEN E. HAWKES, TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE has resumed her instructions since Oct. 1, No. Gl3 MAIN St., (Jambrldgeporl. Ff 6derick& Anna Clark-Steiniger Have recently arrived from Berlin, Germany, and are prepaid to receive pupils for i»*truction In their NEW SYSTEM of PIANOFORTE PLAYING. This system, which was well received and extensively published in Berlin, greatly-- lightens labor f..r the pianist aud student; promotes health and develops r-tpld control of ail artistic lower*. A pply personally or by letter at 24 CI.I.VTON STREET. CAHBBIOCEPOBT. Jffinancial. SIUL HVLSHLm AID QUI a .'KOHTS IN ? STOCKS, GRAIN, PfiOV SIONS. OIL. ETC . Explanatory Pamphlet (mailed free.) LAURIE &...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Outturn SaltsBy LEWIS J. PIED k 00., Auctioneers. 2l< Washington Street, Bolton. MORTGAGEE'S SALK OP .UTU.IKUIfmiI.HBI 18 tc 20 Brookline St., Cor. of Franklin Street, Cambritlgeporf, Wednesday, February 23,1887, AT IS O'CLOCK NOON. This is a very det-i -.ble pioperty, either (or occupancy or Investment.. Kiuh h hum couiains 8 rooms, with bath room; hot anil cold water; good fnrnaoe; cemented cellar, and eH-In good order. The house* will always rent to good tenant*, as they are near large nianufacu-rie*; convenient to hone can, school*, etc. _T" Sale positive to lilgheat bidder. $200 to be pal.l at sale. ITegai Botitts. Coinmon-n-rath or MatuchuMtts, Middlesex, as. PROBATE COURT. To all iiersous interested In Ihe estate umlcr tbe will of Thomas Whittkm.'Hk, late ot Cambridge. in said County, deceased, testate, given In trust for the benefit of Lovice W. Cuwka, Ellxa A.Qtfford and oth.ru. Ukeetinq: AA' HEKEAS, Asa P. Mouse, th. trustee under Tt said will, lias presented fo...

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Poetry. A WINTER TWILIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Poetry. A WINTER TWILIGHT. l-B -Uat ■.. Ba«<* -rlanee and gteam aim* t_.e_Uryaortfcera.lr; *_ha wast ha* tkrowil Irs dying baam Athwart tb. tor-Mt gray and bare. Aad bow a gradual iHbibbm veil • The vvriatry aaar aad far, Aad whfl* th. windy daylight pah_ Oat gllamn* dear a single star. Lalled by the mad of tinkling airings When nimble lingers van their spell, 1 oalta fo-rgas ibe North that stlngi Without th. eo*ey 6r1.1. Aad on th. wing, of muslc bora., Aglow with Hood, of gold, I ace Th. Ha. of *kiM that rarely mourn Arch o'er th* slopes of Italy. Th. wildly una wafted down Prom laureled heights wh.re rose* blow, Tail __bii.ii ll* * aa BSBBBbM crown Aha** aahewand B.llagto. A molten sapphire Como lies, Aad opal Mil* aeroas it skim: Ori«a«r*ir oa stair the mountains ria* Aad aal'the calm boriion's rim. All dim* a. dm* th. rapturing strain; Owe. am the deepening dull- I *M; Thaa strike th. ill.nt chord, again, That I may dream of Italy! — CUmtsm Semllard, sa Brooklyn itag...

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Miscellaneous Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Miscellaneous Items. ' a but twenty one years since the war was ended, but iv tbat time ♦793,707,--060_t0 hare been disbursed by the Pension Ofltoe. —A Glasgow yacht, destined for pearl taking ia South Australian waters, has been Acted with elect Hi: apparatus expected to light up the water to the depths ot •ereateea fathoms. —M. G-osse has, it is said, found means to restore lifelike expressions to the eyes of dead bodies. He places a few drops of glycerine aad water on the cornea, and lifelike expression is reproduced. —Tbe Elko (N'ev.) Independent facetiously remark* that any resident of Nevada who to fortunate enough to be the owner of three cows, two calves and a bob-tailed ball to set down in the newspapers as a -cattle king." —The discovery or an acqueduct which probably date* back to the time of King Soromoo to reported from Jerusalem, and it to confidently anticipated that the further excavation of it will bring to light some extremely interesting and valuable inscription*....

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